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Philip A. S. Franklin, Chairman, Shipping Control Committee, to Raymond B. Stevens, Vice-Chairman, United States Shipping Board and United States Representative, Allied Maritime Transport Council

Chronological Copy.                              File No.

Cablegram Received 03522 May <21, 1918.> EWC

Origin Opnav Washington                     Ser. No. B-N 123

C-3 22 May

29 ADR.                   Confidential

Simsadus.

Boards Navy 123. For Stevens from Shipping Control Committee. Referring Ship Mission 1691 urgently needed USS PAWNEE for Army service. It will be in order for you to take steamer OMSK for 1 trip with munitions to Italy from England. OMSK now at Liverpool England Signed Franklin. 18021.

Benson.       

Note:-

     Service comes garbled.

Source Note: Cy, DNA, RG 45, Entry 517B. Handwritten date corresponds to time/date stamp at the end of the document.

Footnote 1: This document has not been found.

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